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India marks all coronavirus restrictions on March 31

24.03.2022 131 просмотров

The complete lifting of restrictions became possible as a result of a decrease in the level of virus infections.


The Indian authorities will lift all restrictions imposed due to the pandemic on March 31. This was announced by the Minister of Home Affairs of the country Ajay Kumar Bhalla.

The complete lifting of restrictions became possible as a result of a decrease in the level of infections with the virus, as well as measures by state authorities and health authorities to combat its spread.

“Given the general improvement of the situation and the readiness of the Government of India to further fight the pandemic, the restrictive measures adopted on March 24, 2020 on the basis of the Disaster Management Act are being lifted,” the newspaper quoted the minister as saying on Wednesday. Economic Times.

At the same time, residents must continue to wear medical masks and implement hygiene measures to prevent coronavirus infections, state authorities are ordered to constantly monitor the epidemiological situation in their regions, the minister said.

Ajay KumarBhalla noted that since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 1.8 billion doses of vaccines have been provided to Indians, currently the level is positive tests for coronavirus is 0.28%.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India, 1,178 new cases of infection have been detected in the country over the past day. The number of people infected during the pandemic amounted to 43 million, 517 thousand people died from the consequences of infections.

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